As food makes its way from farm to fork, there are critical links in the delivery system that require a generous portion of science, including ensuring freshness, quality and safety.
Mount Mary alumna is a HGTV star and interior designer on the rise
Could you describe yourself in 25 words? Jamie (Gumieny) Fink, ’03 can. Fink has the distinct ability to keep things simple, despite her growing accolades in the world of interior design.
Campus spirit is more than sporting blue and white
Her body in full swing, Adrianna Nester draws back her elbow, extends her arm and connects with the volleyball. Spike. Point Mount Mary.
This year’s Publishing Institute offered inspiration through one-on-one sessions with agents and presentations by successful writers
There’s nothing like a great role model to help one strive for achievement, and it’s no different for the local community of Milwaukee-area writers.
Gardening has always been a hobby for Ncais, but when she was exploring internship opportunities, it became a calling
Gardening has always been a hobby of Ncais Vang, and when she was exploring internship opportunities, it became a calling. Ncais, a sociology major and nutrition minor, has a deep interest in creating healthy communities.
Even after 47 years, this annual favorite among arts lovers still generates the same level of enthusiasm and anticipation
Mount Mary University’s Starving Artists’ Show took place Sept. 11 on campus. And even after 47 years, this annual favorite among arts lovers still generated the same level of enthusiasm and anticipation.
Associated Collegiate Press awards Termeria Taper prestigious award
What is the spirit of feminism on an all-women’s campus, during an election year when the first woman is running for president? Student reporter Termeria Taper tackled the issue in her story, “F*#!nism: Not a Dirty Word” for the student publication, Arches. These awards are often referred to as the Pulitzer Prizes of student journalism.
The Succeed Scholars Program will provide 25 scholarships annually to Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's students
In late October, Mount Mary held its official welcome for the 25 graduate students in counseling known as “Succeed Scholars,” a program put in place through a significant award by the federal government. The Succeed Scholars Program is funded through an award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and will provide 25 scholarships annually for four years to students in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s program.
This is the timeless legacy of Eileen Mihm Schwalbach
Seated behind the desk of her office, Mount Mary President Eileen Mihm Schwalbach is ensconced in not only the rich 103-year history of the institution, but how her time leading the community has intersected with a foundation first laid by the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Mount Mary's Hmong designers integrate and celebrate ethnic styles
Fashion design students Panyia Xiong and Beth Yang feel exhilarated by what took place at this year’s Fashion Week in New York City.
Natasha Tang is ready to achieve her dreams of a career in pharmacy
Natasha Tang, ’18, learned to read a prescription, code a label, research patient profiles, locate medications on the pharmacy shelves and operate a cash register. All this, on her very first day of her internship.